Uncle Odie's Collectibles

Monday, February 23, 2009

Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea - Season Four Volume One

Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea - Season Four Volume One The Season Four Volume One Box Set. This set features all 13 episodes from the first half of the fourth season of the sci-fi drama series. DUE FOR RELEASE IN THE USA ON MARCH 31 2009.

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea was the brainchild of Writer/Producer/Director Irwin Allen... the "Master of Disaster." It ran on ABC from September 14, 1964 to September 15, 1968 for 110 episodes (32 in black and white [1964-65] and 78 in color [1965-68]), and was for its four years of some of the best and most exciting science fiction on TV at the time.

While the series became rather fanciful as it wore on, it remained an entertaining, action-filled adventure Episodes comprise:

85 Fires of Death
86 The Deadly Dolls
87 Cave of the Dead
88 Journey with Fear
89 Sealed Orders
90 Man of Many Faces
91 Fatal Cargo
92 Time Lock
93 Rescue
94 Terror
95 A Time to Die
96 Blow Up
97 Deadly Amphibians

Starring: David Hedison, Arch Whiting, Paul Trinka, Robert Dowdell, Richard Bull, Richard Basehart, Del Monroe.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Moebius Models "The Flying Sub"

Moebius Models "The Flying Sub" from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 60's TV series, kit #817, 1/32nd scale. BRAND NEW! Your Flying Sub awaits. A true collectors item for sure, this limited issue highly desirable newley tooled model is just beautiful! This is NOT the old Aurora Kit as some would lead you to believe! Please read the press release for more info: Due in February 2009, this will be the most accurate Flying Sub kit produced to date!

Engineered from digitally scanned images of an 18 inch prop miniature, the kit has the exact hull shape of the TV series sub we all know and love.The full interior cockpit is viewable through the removable docking ring and front windows. The rear compartment has a hallway to the rear outer hatch. A stand is included.

The finished (1/32nd scale) kit has a hull diameter of approximately 14 inches!

Friday, February 06, 2009

New Lost in Space Lunch Box

Blasted into outer space on a colonization mission, the Robinson family and their pilot Major West fall a foul of the evil Dr. Smith and wind up hopelessly Lost in Space!

Irwin Allen's classic sci-fi adventure series ran from 1965 to 1968 on CBS TV and has become an icon of retro space fantasy. Fully embossed metal lunchbox features the Robot, Dr. Smith, the Jupiter-2 and the Robinsons in brand new retro-style art created by illustrator Chris White.

Warning! Warning! This lunchbox is limited to 5000 pieces worldwide! PRE-ORDER NOW! Dimensions: 7.5x7x4"

THIS ITEM IS NOT YET IN STOCK. We expect it on or around May 1, 2009. www.fabgearusa.com
or www.diamondcomics.com.